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MARX GOT IT VERY WRONG

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Submitted by Neil Abramson (United States), Mar 21, 2003 at 19:27

Marx got many things wrong but most of all it was his basic theory to wit:
That the state would wither away and that it would be replaced by a dictatorship
of the prolotariat. States never have nor will wither away.What surprises is that
there are so many who been have been taken in by this absurdity....Yes what they did get was a regime
virtually unmatched in history in sheer terror and some of it`s most ardent supporters
ended up in the gulag if not worse.
Submitting....

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